E3 2017 is finally here and after EA kicked off the action on Saturday with EA Play, it’s Microsoft’s turn to take center stage with Xbox.
Starting at 5pm ET/2pm PT, the company is expected to spend a lot of time on its new Xbox Scorpio, showcasing the power of what’s claimed to be the most powerful console on the market.
In addition to the new console, sports games like Madden 18 and Forza racing are expected to be showcased to show off the capabilities of the new console.
While the conference usually runs 90 minutes, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer warned fans that the conference will last a bit longer.
Xbox briefing Sunday will likely run longer than our traditional 90 mins. For those recording just a heads up. #XboxE3
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) June 8, 2017
Fans should also expect to not hear anything about Microsoft’s plans for virtual reality.
The conference will be streamed live on various outlets including Twitch, Facebook and YouTube. But you won’t have to search for it as Sports Gamers Online will bring it to you live in the video player above when it begins at 5pm ET.